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5/5 Reform of Britain's voting system wins the day, and the bill becomes law. (R)
The latest shipping forecast.
BBC Radio 4 joins the BBC World Service.
The latest news from BBC Radio 4.
A reading and a reflection to start the day with the Rev Mary Stallard.
'On one hand I met a monster, on the other a human being.' On working with sex offenders.
News headlines, plus a look at the papers.
The latest weather forecast.
Felicity Evans explores human influence on the coast between the Lizard and Land's End.
Britain's egg producers are booming despite welfare rules. Charlotte Smith finds out why.
Our Slough focus group on economy. Is there a fertility timebomb? Plus the Cannes heist.
Sian Williams and Richard Coles with Caitlin Moran, and Bonnie Tyler's Inheritance Tracks.
3/3 Paul Jackson tells the story of the longest-running medical drama in the world.
Peter Oborne of the Daily Telegraph looks behind the scenes at Westminster.
A field day for the conspiracy theorists as the White House tries to fight off scandal.
Card payment glitches at contactless terminals and customers fobbed off after air delays.
1/6 Steve Punt and Jon Culshaw present a comedic look at the week's news. (R)
Jonathan Dimbleby presents political debate and discussion from Fowey in Cornwall. (R)
A chance for Radio 4 listeners to have their say on the issues discussed on Any Questions.
1930s Hollywood studio head Munroe Stahr is at the top of his game, until love strikes.
Yoko Ono, Merida's makeover, Sharleen Spiteri, Caryn Franklin and Daphne Selfe, and trifle
Full coverage of the day's news.
'On one hand I met a monster, on the other a human being.' On working with sex offenders. (R)
Clive Anderson is joined by Andy McNab, Jasper Gibson and more for chat, music and comedy.
1/8 As tensions again simmer over Europe, Sandi Toksvig imagines the effect on one UK family.
Baz Luhrmann's The Great Gatsby and Propaganda at the British Library.
Two remarkable archives, 80 years apart, throw light on what makes a politician tick.
2/2 James Golspie's arrival has transformed the lives of the staff at Twigg and Dersingham.
Amber Dermont explains the benefits of an unhappy childhood. (R)
Cricket was almost wiped out in Ireland. Kevin Connolly tells the story of its revival. (R)
2/13 Paul Gambaccini chairs the wide-ranging music quiz.
Roger McGough with poetry read by teenage competitors from the Poetry by Heart finals.
3/3 A married man runs a terrible risk when out for a walk in the park with his mistress. (R)
News from BBC Radio 4.
The bells of the Church of St Peter and St Paul, Tonbridge, Kent.
Science writer Emma Byrne explores the benefits of swearing. (R)
Sunday 19 May 2013